We met at an expo a while ago, and it's good to see you here.
Thanks for joining us, and welcome to the Networking in Bucks community. This site is currently virtually dormant, certainly compared with our Surrey and Berkshire sites. I see you're already a Member of Networking in Berkshire and you're more than welcome to join Surrey too.
Now that your profile is live, it would be great if you could take a moment to post your photo in place of the 'anonymous silhouette' provided by the software within 48 hours please!
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